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Guilty of Being Southern
National Review Online ^ | July 2 | Lee Habeeb

Posted on 07/02/2013 6:20:33 PM PDT by Hojczyk

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To: tiki

Well, look at Anthony Bourdain. I’ve love watching him drink himself comatose in 50 countries.

But he HATES Paula Deen. Because she cooks unhealthy food. [yeah, she does[. So he was livid when she got diabetes. He celebrated and berated her.

What if the tables were turned and Bourdain got liver cancer. Do you thing she would be high giving? He is disgusting individual although I do watch his programs.


51 posted on 07/02/2013 8:32:49 PM PDT by BunnySlippers (I LOVE BULL MARKETS . . .)
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To: chasio649
” I think they hate hearing a Southern accent.”

While on Midshipman summer cruise, a buddy from my NROTC unit at Ga Tech had shore leave in NYC. He was with several other middies, some from NYC, who had called several girls they knew to go out with the group of middies.

My buddy, a white Georgia boy, related that he was talking with one of the NYC girls. When she learned that he was from Georgia, she began berating him for the way he & his people would beat up any black person they saw walking down the street.

He protested that was not the case. The girl became even more angry, insisting that she read the newspapers and she KNEW the truth! Finally, she refused to even speak to him.

This was the summer of 1966.

52 posted on 07/02/2013 8:36:42 PM PDT by BwanaNdege ("To learn who rules over you simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize"- Voltaire)
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To: Yosemitest
Most of the younger people today, don't know that two of the three civil rights workers killed in Mississippi were white

I recall the occasion. Philadelphia, MS occupies a special place in the Civil Rights story. Oh...and don't forget Violetta Liuzzo, who was killed on the highway north of Selma, AL.

Then, there is Lowndesboro, AL -- the march from Selma to Montgomery passed through there and Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist church bombing case was tried in the Lowndes County courthouse.

I lived in Lowndesboro from 1985 to 1993...and I've never met a finer group of people -- black and white. I knew a gentleman who served on the church bombing jury. He was adamant -- "they didn't prove their case." I believe him.

It's been often said that the North "loves the black race, but hates the individual" while the opposite was true in the South.

In my experience, both sides of that aphorism are largely true. Individual blacks are judged on their merits in the rural South, accepted or dismissed based on their character. Meanwhile, discrimination can run rampant in the North.

53 posted on 07/02/2013 8:40:45 PM PDT by okie01 (The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE)
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To: okie01
During those days in the south, these was little or no money to be had.
People had to work together to get their crops in.
Everybody pitched in to get the job done, and neighbor helped neighbor, both black and white.
When someone's cows got out, everyone helped to get them back into the fenced pasture,
and everyone worked during garden season and hay season.
54 posted on 07/02/2013 8:45:37 PM PDT by Yosemitest (It's Simple ! Fight, ... or Die !)
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To: BwanaNdege
I went to an elite private boarding school in NJ for my final two years of HS. My classmates loved to joke about the backwards South, even though by that time (early 80's), it was clear that the Sunbelt was experiencing more economic growth and positive migration from the NE and the Rust Belt.

Mostly good-naturedly, but with sincerity, they kidded me about my need to overcome my racist upbringing.

Though these were clearly the children of our country's elite, they apparently didn't notice my complete lack of Southern accent.

I was born in CA, as had been my parents, and had only lived in the ATL area for 4 years.

55 posted on 07/02/2013 8:48:34 PM PDT by Trailerpark Badass (There should be a whole lot more going on than throwing bleach, said one woman.)
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To: okie01
Birmingham, AL, do you recall the three-day war in downtown?
I had relatives in Bessemer, and was there, and saw the windows broken and the burned out cars and shops.
I was very young , about 7 or 8, but my relatives were very worried and shocked, and I remember.
In Meridian, MS, I was in a Woolsworth at the store diner, and I remember waiting with my mother to get breakfast, when all of a sudden a large crowd of well dress blacks came in and sat down.
The diner manager came over and apologized to my mother and said the diner was now closed and asked us to leave.
So my mother took me out of the store and we went home.
I remember another time in a shopping store when my mother was stopped from going out the door by a large black man, and just outside the door a policeman was bringing down a club upon another man's head.
Had that black man not stopped my mother, my mother's head would have been the one that received that konking blow from the cop's billy-club.
I remember!
56 posted on 07/02/2013 8:58:31 PM PDT by Yosemitest (It's Simple ! Fight, ... or Die !)
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To: Hojczyk

Just like this forum

Purge America’s politically correct warts on the back of demonizing white southerners and their heritage

Far and away the demographic most likely to be socially conservative..

That flaw amongst conservative elite is what dooms us and does little to distinguish us from foes

Meanwhile Mike Tyson publicly muses he’d like to see Sarah Palin’s vagina ripped apart by a well endowed black stud....

Womb shifting as that ape freak stated

And no recrimination

What a doomed sick nation


57 posted on 07/02/2013 9:11:18 PM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: Black Agnes

Grits are like tofu


58 posted on 07/02/2013 9:13:46 PM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: Vendome

Man

You should come to Wilson county TN

I was just in Oregon

Lots of them there too


59 posted on 07/02/2013 9:14:59 PM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: cradle of freedom

It ain’t just libs who demonize Dixie

Plenty here


60 posted on 07/02/2013 9:15:51 PM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: Hojczyk

Oh for heaven’s sake, this is utterly ridiculous. I LOVE my Southern roots, and they’re not even mine...my grandparents moved there from Ireland/Newfoundland/Boston many decades ago and I grew up visiting southern Mississippi and Louisiana every Easter vacation. My Boston grandmother ended up managing the Columns Hotel on St. Charles, NOLA.. Really, some of my very best memories are of my days in the South...I could and maybe will write a book.

Grits? Love ‘em. Southern charm? Wish I had more, but I can pull it off when I try. Married a Southerner, utterly in love, wish he’d lived longer. Pralines? Mmmmm. Chawmin’ black waiters? The very best. Doris who took care of my kids for years? What would I have done without her?

On and on...I do understand Paula Deen and do indeed wish her the best. May even go buy one of her cookbooks just to support her. Not that she needs the money, but she deserves a public hug.

The stupid media whores have zero charm, zero heart, zero clue what living a charming life means.


61 posted on 07/02/2013 9:16:24 PM PDT by Veto! (Opinions freely expressed as advice)
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To: wardaddy
Grits are like tofu

Funniest remark on this thread.

HOWEVER, you are sooooo dead wrong. Tofu smeared with butter? Tofu with a fried egg broken over it? Tofu with bacon?

Serious barfarooney territory.

62 posted on 07/02/2013 9:22:52 PM PDT by Veto! (Opinions freely expressed as advice)
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To: Yosemitest
Birmingham, AL, do you recall the three-day war in downtown?

Yes. I remember the stories and photos of Bull Connor, fire hoses and the dogs. I didn't live in the south at the time and spent most of my formative years in Oklahoma and Texas.

From my childhood, though, I do recall the segregated water fountains and the Jim Crow train cars.

You probably recall, as well, that most Southern cities in the fifties had two downtowns -- the white downtown and the black downtown. Each with their own hotels, department stores, banks and office buildings.

Driving thru the seedy remains of the black downtowns today still recalls what must have been a prosperous and thriving black middle class.

Segregation was bad, to be sure. But was it appreciably worse than the disintegrated families, dystopic culture and governmental dependence that blacks deal with today.

63 posted on 07/02/2013 9:28:05 PM PDT by okie01 (The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE)
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To: LeoWindhorse

Rebel Yell!


64 posted on 07/02/2013 9:32:21 PM PDT by onedoug
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To: Yosemitest
Birmingham, AL, do you recall the three-day war in downtown?

Yes. I remember the stories and photos of Bull Connor, fire hoses and the dogs. I didn't live in the south at the time and spent most of my formative years in Oklahoma and Texas.

Seems to me, I also recall an article about a Woolworth's in Meridian, MS.

From my childhood, though, I do recall the segregated water fountains and the Jim Crow train cars.

You probably recall, as well, that most Southern cities in the fifties had two downtowns -- the white downtown and the black downtown. Each with their own hotels, department stores, banks and office buildings.

Driving thru the seedy remains of the black downtowns today still recalls what must have been a prosperous and thriving black middle class.

Segregation was bad, to be sure. But was it appreciably worse than the disintegrated families, governmental dependence and dystopic culture that blacks deal with today?

65 posted on 07/02/2013 9:34:19 PM PDT by okie01 (The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE)
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To: wardaddy

Cheese answers any culinary questions.

Bacon is just lagniappe.

There’s a reason I’m fat.

Neither of those fixes NASCAR.


66 posted on 07/02/2013 9:37:06 PM PDT by Black Agnes
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To: wardaddy

A friend of mine actually came up with that term when I lived in Oklahoma.


67 posted on 07/02/2013 9:37:27 PM PDT by Vendome (Don't take life so seriously, you won't live through it anyway)
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To: okie01
I would say that it was better than today.
Why is it, one of the first things Jesus will do when He returns again, is to separate the nations one from another ?

Separate, we can't blame the problems we bring upon ourselves, upon someone else, upon a race that is NOT responsible.
We will have to admit that WE CAUSED our own trouble.
68 posted on 07/02/2013 9:54:56 PM PDT by Yosemitest (It's Simple ! Fight, ... or Die !)
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To: Little Pig
Oh yeah...I'm familiar with Huddle House. One unfortunate consequence of moving out to God's Country (Idaho) is that we don't have too many Southern-style restaurants. Crackhead Barrel is about the closest thing I've had to decent grits for years.

Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!

69 posted on 07/02/2013 9:57:26 PM PDT by wku man (Amnesty? No Way, Jose (No Se Puede!) by 10 Pound Test http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsTUQ8yOI2c)
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To: Conserev1

I so hope you are visiting some of the news sites out there and posting your story. I worked in the restaurant industry years ago and the ones that provide insurance and dental - man, I can’t really recall one!

One did provide two weeks paid vacation but that too is a rarity. Sounds like you have a great job.

Its always better to have employees wake up and look forward to going to work.


70 posted on 07/02/2013 10:02:39 PM PDT by warsaw44
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To: wardaddy
You just don't know.
You haven't experienced good Southern grits.
You don't know WHY grits are grits, the pioneering history behind grits.
One of the best impromptu speeches I ever gave in my military career was a 5 minute speech in Leadership School at Keesler AFB about grits, and I had one minute to gather my thoughts together, between bring told in front of the class what the subject of my speech would be and starting the speech.
When it was over in front of a class of about 45 students, I got a standing ovation. First of all, instant grits are horrible.
No self-respecting Southerner will buy instant or quick grits.Z
We want stone ground original grits.
We want good tasting clean water, with no bleach taste, or city water taste.
We want a very good salt like whole sea salt.
Now your water needs are about 5 to 1, so put 5 times the amount of water to one part grits.
First, bring the water to a rolling boil BEFORE you put in your butter and then melt your butter into the water BEFORE you put in your grits.
Once you put in your grits, put in about a heaping teaspoon of salt, and stir while bringing back to a boil.
Stand over it and constantly stir it, and after it boils for a minute or two, turn it down to a simmer, and keep stirring.
It normally takes me about ten minutes to cook grits to the consistency I like, a little thick but still has some flow to them.
Don't stop stirring until you take them off the stove. Now, add more butter and taste them, and add salt to taste.
If they get too runny, just put them back on the stove and add low heat and stir until you get them the consistency you like.
Take them off the stove and add whatever you like, i.e. cheese, tomato gravy, eggs, etc ...

Now serve with fresh homemade biscuits and butter.
Enjoy!
And remember, EAT THEM GRITS !!!
71 posted on 07/02/2013 10:27:51 PM PDT by Yosemitest (It's Simple ! Fight, ... or Die !)
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To: wku man
Cracker Barrel grits are the bomb!

For an added treat, order them with a side of red-eye gravy.

Heaven!

72 posted on 07/02/2013 11:40:24 PM PDT by boop ("You don't look so bad, here's another")
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To: tiki

Miss Paula had MRS Michelle Obama on her show and afterwards raved about how much MRS M ate, even during commercials and how much Mrs M LOVED her some fatty foods.

Mrs Michelle was spendin ALL her efforts tryin to reform America’s kid’s menus, promoting eating good organic vegetables for the masses... AND Paula ruined the story...(M really loves her some really really fatty foods and shoves them in during commercials) SO they just waited for the opportunity to SLAM Paula into oblivion.
Paula used to be a rich Dem who loved O...
BYE BYE Miss Paula!


73 posted on 07/03/2013 1:06:21 AM PDT by tinamina
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To: Gay State Conservative

IIRC, Boston was a bastion of parental decorum when courts mandated school bussing was ordered.


74 posted on 07/03/2013 1:16:55 AM PDT by Gaffer
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To: RedMonqey

Paula Deen = lib
Paula Deen = shocked & bewildered
Michelle Obama got it in for Paula = No more Paula...

Been to Paula’s restaurant in Savannah...great gooey buter cake and that sorta stuff..the BEST actually

Gooey Butter Cake = Paula Deen = my hero(ine)


75 posted on 07/03/2013 1:30:31 AM PDT by tinamina
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To: Veto!; Yosemitest; Black Agnes

I compared them to tofu because they taste most like whatever is added to them or what they are cooked with....same as tofu

I’m 7th generation Mississippian

I am like black Agnes...i like them with cheese etc....shrimp...bacon....sausage and gravy....over easy eggs

All southerners don’t like grits

My wife.....Hampton VA and Charleston raised gal.....loves them.....prefers yellow grits from
Dixie Lily
But in a pinch I take them with butter and whatever preserves are handy or ALAGA CANE SYRUP


76 posted on 07/03/2013 1:36:53 AM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: Yosemitest; Black Agnes; Travis McGee; dixiechick2000; mrsmel; Pelham; nathanbedford; Venturer; ...

I grew up at ground zero in all this right precisely as i came of age as it happened all around me in a fairly moderate family and knew many of the famous players in that drama

Your post is most reflective I’ve seen on this topic in a while

I have given up trying to explain even here

Most enjoy the accepted narrative.

It gives them moral superiority free of charge

I can spot a fake southerner talking like they were there from a mile away

The first giveaway is hyperbole about segregation .....” oh yeah they had no niggers allowed signs everywhere” or “ sure I saw nigger don’t let the sun set on your black ass in this town”

OK.....maybe somewhere somebody could find something like that but I sure never saw it.....colored drinking fountain and bathroom and black sections in cafes I did see...no question

And the notion blacks could not own stuff or business or go to schools or college or never vote

BS.....UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

black precients turned out for new deal slate same as whites

Voting crap started when civil rights workers showed up pushing social lib candidates

White men never prosecuted for crimes against blacks...untrue

White men raping blacks girls pell mell....a blatant lie in league with hillbilly male rape absurd myth

The notion we were simply mean and ugly to noble blacks as a matter of practice is just Hollywood wishful thinking
Many many here are happy ignorant..... and hypocritical

I lived in NYC.....they don’t fool me

All the fears of the segregationists have come to bear

I do not like the outcome and only see worse coming

Blacks in the south under prejudice ironically were nicer and maintained a more productive culture

Not out of fear but rather emulation from association

You cannot explain this from a 40 percent black state to someone in New Hampshire with one percent

That’s the rub....blissful perch

I just drove from Nashville area to Pacific northwest and back to Glacier and Dakotas
Home.

St Louis.....Kansas city......north Platte...Laramie....salt lake....winnemuca.....Medford.....grants pass.....coos bay.....yreka.....Portland.....Klamath....walla walla....Lewiston.....Missoula.... whitefish....kalispel....browning......spearfish.....Pierre....Sioux falls.....back to KC

FROM KC TILL BACK TO KC....over 5500 miles my boys and I counted 11 blacks total in 2 weeks

In my hometown of Jackson MS I could see 11 black folks in the time it takes to rub my eyes

And 4 were Verizon commercial mixed race.....Lennys we call them after Kravitz
B
Its like war or jail or cancer or death of family member

You cant explain it to folks who can’t see it....cause it ain’t there


77 posted on 07/03/2013 2:14:35 AM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: wardaddy
You tell 'em wardaddy. I just don't bother anymore, so many are ensconced, as you say, in their cheap moral superiority. There may come a day, and not too far away, when folks will wish that the South had been able to hold the line to some extent. At least re freedom of association, if nothing else.

In the meantime, I hope, I pray, that folks continue to think the worst of my home state. Keeps the riffraff out. Don't need any leftists, or "fiscal conservatives" coming down and destroying the culture of the state. We have our own homegrown ghetto lot for that already.
78 posted on 07/03/2013 2:52:13 AM PDT by mrsmel (One Who Can See)
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To: Yosemitest; wku man; wardaddy; boop; Little Pig; Veto!

Concur on the stone ground. I recommend Nora Mills.
http://www.noramill.com/store/index.php?cPath=48
Instant grits should be banned by thinking folks as a culinary abomination.

A little known secret is that modern Japanese rice cookers run on the porridge cycle are *great* for making grits. It takes longer, but you don’t have to be on top of them stirring.
http://www.amazon.com/Zojirushi-NS-LAC05XT-Cooker-Warmer-Stainless/dp/B005FVROW6/ref=pd_sbs_k_2

Finally, it just so happens I had a nice resort banquet meal last night. The filet, instead of being on a bed of mashed potatoes, was on a bed of perfect stone ground grits with a nice mushroom gravy. It worked nicely.


79 posted on 07/03/2013 3:36:01 AM PDT by FreedomPoster (Islam delenda est)
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To: warsaw44

I’m sorry if you got the idea that was written by my self but that is Willie Smith’s story his name is in the header.
But I guess PD treats her employees well.


80 posted on 07/03/2013 4:20:33 AM PDT by Conserev1 ("Still Clinging to my Bible and my Weapon")
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To: wardaddy
It ain’t just libs who demonize Dixie...Plenty here

That doesn't seem logical.I'm a lifelong New Englander and a long time conservative who fully understands that the roots of political and social conservatism are found in the South and the Midwest...not California,or New York,or Vermont.As I suggested earlier I have far more in common with the typical person from Georgia (or Missouri) than with 99% of the people of Massachusetts.

81 posted on 07/03/2013 5:30:58 AM PDT by Gay State Conservative (The Civil Servants Are No Longer Servants...Or Civil.)
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To: tiki

She said Michelle ate more food backstage than any other guest.


82 posted on 07/03/2013 5:32:25 AM PDT by jersey117
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To: albionin

Huh? Here in Alabama, the black KFC (and Church’s and Popeye’s) workers ask YOU if you want white or dark.


83 posted on 07/03/2013 6:26:06 AM PDT by Alas Babylon!
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To: FreedomPoster

Ok, that’s an evil suggestion. I might have to ask Santa Claus for one of those for Christmas. My Cajun kin already have those.


84 posted on 07/03/2013 8:14:58 AM PDT by Black Agnes
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To: wardaddy

Gotcha re picking up flavors. But I don’t agree that tofu really does that. IMHO, the best you can do is surround it with flavors.

Here in the Pacific Northwest, stores carry Bob’s Red Mill Corn Grits Polenta, which I cook in the oven, one cup of polenta in a baking dish covered with 3-1/2 cups water, DO NOT STIR. Do not even wiggle. Takes about 35 minutes at 350. Transfer to pie plate, then cut pieces and fry (or not) as needed. I cover with veggies sautéed in evoo. Best way I know to get the bf to eat veggies:)

Cane syrup? Impossible to find. Don’t much care for it, my Southern roots do not go that deep. I use pure maple from Vermont.


85 posted on 07/03/2013 9:20:39 AM PDT by Veto! (Opinions freely expressed as advice)
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To: Gay State Conservative

I have noticed for years you are sympathetic to the South

My homepage lists some of those I’ve noticed the past 13 years feel different here


86 posted on 07/03/2013 9:39:14 AM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: Gay State Conservative

I find NASCAR more interesting than golf


87 posted on 07/03/2013 9:50:47 AM PDT by Nifster
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To: Veto!

I like maple too

Sorghum is not my favorite

But sugar cane syrup I like a lot....more refined than molasses


88 posted on 07/03/2013 9:51:23 AM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: Black Agnes

Not all of them are....I know as many fatties in California as I have seen here in Georgia.....


89 posted on 07/03/2013 9:51:34 AM PDT by Nifster
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To: wardaddy

One of my great uncles had a cane mill. Complete with mules. The big cast iron pot they used is in my dad’s barn right now.

One of our homeschool projects for next year (time got away from us this year) is growing cane and taking it to a mill for syrup.


90 posted on 07/03/2013 9:53:49 AM PDT by Black Agnes
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To: wardaddy

I went to Myrtle Beach Bike week.

They had brought in cops from all over the state.

I was talking to one assigned to the Mountains out near Dollywood.

He told me he had seen more blacks in one station wagon in Myrtle than he had seen in his entire career in the mountains.


91 posted on 07/03/2013 8:33:11 PM PDT by Venturer
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To: Venturer

I believe that

We used to have a second home in Ashe county NC

same thing


92 posted on 07/04/2013 12:14:26 AM PDT by wardaddy (the next Dark Ages are coming as Western Civilization crumbles with nary a whimper)
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To: wardaddy

Wardaddy, from my life experience, I could have written the same post.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/3038444/posts?page=77

BTTT


93 posted on 07/04/2013 11:33:13 PM PDT by dixiechick2000 (To the GOPe ~ Chickens...comin' home...to roost!)
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